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Singing The Blues (David Blackmore)

Well, I never felt more like singin' the blues,
I never thought I'd ever lose,
Your love, dear, why'd you do me this way?
Well, I never felt more like cryin' all night,
Everything is wrong, and nothin' ain't right,
Without you, you got me singin' the blues.

Well, the moon and stars no longer shine,
The dream is gone I thought was mine;
Nothin' left for me to do, but cry all over you.
Well, I never felt more like runnin' away,
Why should I go when I couldn't stay,
Without you, you got me singin' the blues.

Well, the moon and stars no longer shine,
The dream is gone I thought was mine;
Nothin' left for me to do, but cry all over you.
Well, I never felt more like runnin' away,
Why should I go when I couldn't stay,
Without you, you got me singin' the blues.

Well, the moon and stars no longer shine,
The dream is gone I thought was mine;
Nothin' left for me to do, but cry all over you.
Well, I never felt more like runnin' away,
Why should I go when I couldn't stay,
Without you, you got me singin' the blues.
[FADE] You got me singin' the blues.
You got me singin' the blues.

####.... Melvin Endsley [1934-2004], 1954, musician, singer and songwriter from Drasco, Arkansas, with over 400 songs recorded by hundreds of artists since 1956 ....####
Popular song originally published in 1956 and popularized by Guy Mitchell when it spent nine weeks at #1 on Billboard's chart [Dec 8, 1956 - Feb 2, 1957], despite versions by Tommy Steele and Marty Robbins. Tommy Steele's version also made #1 in the UK Singles Chart for one week [Jan 11, 1957].

Recorded by David Blackmore of Port aux Basques, NL, and Halifax, Nova Scotia (Somewhere Down The Road, trk#3, 2013 CD, Independent).


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